Palmetto Health Foundation engages community partners to enhance health care for patients and families served by Palmetto Health. Your support will allow the hospital to continue to offer an array of services targeted to meet specific community needs. Philanthropic support is essential to maintain a level of excellence with new programs, services and equipment.
If you are interested in hosting an event to benefit an area of Palmetto Health through Palmetto Health Foundation, please read the Community Partners Fundraising Toolkit and complete the Community Partner Fundraising Event Application.
Kayaking for CAMP KEMO
Burns Newsome will be kayaking across South Carolina, from Greenville through Charleston (roughly 320 miles) to raise money for CAMP KEMO Programs of Palmetto Health Children's Hospital. He will kayak along the Saluda, Congaree, and Cooper Rivers and, after reaching the Charleston Harbor, will continue northeast along the Intracoastal Waterway to Dewees Island.
Click here for more about Burns' journey.
Kids Can Give Too
Kids Can Give Too is a way to host a kid's charity birthday party with an awesome twist. Birthday boys and girls GIVE to the charity of their choice and they GET a Visa gift card to pick out a meaningful gift. Host your child’s birthday party and give to CAMP KEMO Programs! Click here to find out more.
Don’t forget to stop by your local Speedway store and donate your spare change to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Proceeds benefit Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital, your local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.
South Carolina Drug Card
South Carolina Drug Card is a statewide prescription assistance program, and all South Carolina residents are eligible to have their prescriptions processed through this Rx savings card. Each time a prescription is processed through South Carolina Drug Card, Palmetto Health Children's Hospital will receive a donation. Find out more here.
Sunshine Thrift Store
Doing a little spring cleaning? Consider donating your old household items to Sunshine Thrift Store. Sunshine Thrift Store, located at 3300 Two Notch Road in Columbia, donates a portion of the proceeds from the sale of items to Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital, your local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. Call 803-754-2075 to schedule a pickup time or to learn when the donation truck will be in your area. You also can drop off donations at the store. Accepted items include clothing, books, miscellaneous household items, furniture, appliances and electronics. Store hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Alex and Ani
Alex and Ani has extended the sale of the Unicorn Charm benefiting Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals through Dec. 31, 2017. Alex and Ani will donate 20 percent of the purchase price from each Unicorn Charm sold to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Purchase yours at alexandani.com.
Since 1992, RE/MAX agents have supported Children's Hospital, mosly by making donation in their clients' names after each closed transaction. Here's what buyers and sellers should know: You can ask your RE/MAX agent to make your home a Miracle Home, meaning participating agents will pledge to make a donation after the sale is final. Also, you can find Miracle Homes for sale on remax.com by sorting search results.
eBay for Charity
Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital participates in the eBay for Charity program. Shop. Sell. Donate. Find and follow Palmetto Health Foundation/Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital. For more information, visit http://givingworks.ebay.com/.
Kohl's Cares for Kids
Everyone knows books are good for children, but Kohl's brings new meaning to the idea of books benefiting America's youth. Since the inception of Kohl's Cares for Kids® in 2000, Kohl's has turned $5 books and plush into more than $102 million for children's initiatives nationwide while providing affordable books for millions of eager readers. For the latest plush series and books, click here.
Locally, since 2004, Kohl's Cares for Kids® has raised nearly $300,000 for Safe Kids Midlands led by Palmetto Health Children's Hospital.
Each year, 40-50 patients at Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital experience a condition or injury that requires specialized rehabilitation. Help them stay at home for care.